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Intervention with youth dually involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems (Crossover Youth Series)

Crossover Youth Series
Written by Wendy Haight, PhD, Gamble-Skogmo Chair

In our first blog post, we described crossover youth and why we should be especially concerned about their well being. The goal of this blog post is to describe an innovative intervention to correct the developmental trajectories of youth dually-involved with child […]

Nominations Now Being Accepted for the Minnesota Child Welfare Exemplary Service Award

Please note: This post originally stated that workers and supervisors had to be nominated by another worker or supervisor to be considered for this award. This is incorrect—any individual can nominate a worker or supervisor for this award. This includes clients, foster parents, birth parents, colleagues, etc. We apologize for […]

Crossover Youth & Well-Being (Crossover Youth Series)

Crossover Youth SeriesWritten by Wendy Haight, PhD, Gamble-Skogmo Chair

The goal of this blog series is to provide information and encourage discussion of youth who are dually involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. In this first blog post, we will describe “crossover youth” and why we should be […]

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  • March 2, 2015, 12:00 pm: Experiential Learning in the Native American Community (ELNA)—Day 2
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